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Charlamagne Tha God Back on Radio

Charlamagne Tha God Returns to Radio Home with two new shows. Launches New Sketch Comedy Site. This press release announces that Charlamagne Tha God is returning to radio in his hometown of Charleston SC and talks about his other ventures including MTV's "Hatin" and the launch of

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Less than a year following his unceremonious departure from Philadelphia’s The Beat 100.3, controversial media personality Charlamagne Tha God is returning to city where his radio career began: Charleston, SC. The former Wendy Williams Experience co-host has been tapped as one of the new on-air personalities at Charleston’s 92.5 The Box [WIHB-FM].

Starting May 8, 2010, The Box’s audience can catch Charlamagne Tha God’s Concrete Jungle each and every Saturday afternoon from 2-6pm. In addition to its host’s politically incorrect views and potentially dangerous rhetoric, the show will also feature celebrity interviews and entertainment news. On Sundays starting May 9, fans will find Charlamagne introducing some of the most promising local and international talent through his new vehicle Next In Line, which will air from 7-9pm. In addition to showcasing the music of new artists, the show will also spotlight music by more established artist who are often overlooked by the mainstream.

“I’m always excited about getting a chance to express myself over the airwaves,” says Charlamagne of his newest ventures. “People already know what I do, but I’m most excited about getting a chance to let artists who aren’t really heard on the radio be heard. People like Glasses Malone, Mysonne, Strong Arm Steady, Pill, Killa Mike, Jay Electronica, South Carolina artists like Boss G and Mr. Taylor, and so many others. They don’t get a lot of radio play, but they’re dope. So I’m glad I’ll be able to showcase their music and turn people on to them.”

92.5 The Box is a 100,000 watt station, the largest Hip-Hop signal in the Carolinas covering the South Carolina area, as well as parts of Georgia. Those beyond the station’s listening area can catch The Concrete Jungle and Next In Line live at

For more information on Charlamagne Tha God, please visit You can also follow him online at

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